A Hillary win would be historic, but not a game changer for women, professor says

April 10, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

With Hillary Clinton’s long-awaited announcement of her 2016 presidential campaign now official, the analysts, poll watchers, commentators and media are sure to rev up the conversation about gender, women and politics. But a Clinton win in 2016, while historic, wouldn’t necessarily bust the so-called glass ceiling the former secretary of State, U.S. senator and first

“Frozen Conflicts” Conference to examine simmering world tensions on April 16

April 8, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

Experts from around the world will gather at Chapman University’s “Frozen Conflicts” Conference — the annual Global Citizens Conference presented by Chapman’s Center for Global Education — on Thursday, April 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.  The conference will examine longstanding global conflicts that have evolved into de facto “cold wars,” with both sides

Dance team wins seventh consecutive national championship

April 7, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

For the seventh consecutive year, Chapman University’s Dance Team has won first place in its division at the USA Collegiate National Championships held at the Anaheim Convention Center. After two days of competition, the Panthers were awarded the prize on March 23, outperforming all other teams competing in the 4-Year College Dance category – Division

Chapman Guitar Quartet wins prestigious national competition

April 3, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

The Chapman University Guitar Quartet — comprised of students Sean Atkinson ’16, Nate Brown ’16, Chris Horney ’15 and Brandon Miranda ’16 — has won first place in the Collegiate Quartet Division of the 14th Annual Brownsville Guitar Festival and Competition, held at the University of Texas, Brownsville.  It’s the third time a Chapman student